Maths (Integration)

Integrate(1+x/x^3)dx
Don't know how to go bout this, if the numerator was a whole number it would ve been easier for me, Pls help me out.

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  1. (1+x/x^3)dx
    = x -1/x + c

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    posted by Kuai
  2. Please can you show an explanatory working, just to be able to work a similar question. thanks

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